Google no doubt has become one of the largest companies of the world and still the growth is on the go. It has been expanding to different dimensions. According to a report, Google had a series of meetings with Verizon Wireless. And it has also been reported that the meeting held in January, was to cover number of issues. One of the things, which Google had in its agenda, was to show a concern turning into a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO).
Google has become strong enough to cater this service in the market. But the thing is, would Verizon be interested to get with Google in this matter and will give Google LTE network access? If Google had gone to T-Mobile, the deal has been closed already a while ago. However, T-Mobile has not yet penetrated that much. Google would have implemented some of the voice of LTEs (VoLTEs), if Verizon had made the deal.
The fiber optic project of Google has already been growing very fast. Kansas City was chosen for pilot run, they have been provided with fast internet services in very sensible prices. With the high-speed internet, Google Fiber has been expanding to Austin, Salt Lake City area and towards San Jose and Atlanta.
Silently, Google has been trying to get into the market with low price offerings. And it has been generating a thunderstorm for Telco’s. Packages like 1-Gbps broadband connection are available for as low as $70. And if you want to install TV cable, it would be available at the price of $120. However, Google has been provided its customers with 5-Mbps as well, on which they have been offered for free downstream for the period of seven years. This standard package is being offered at very reasonable price, $30, and they have not mentioned any kind of caps or limitations on their internet supply.
So, what do you think of this, is Google Fiber just a beginning? What else Google holds? Share in the comment section below.